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We visited the tea room twice this weekend both Saturday and Sunday, it is very nice and the 2 members of staff are quite pleasant.
On Sunday only, they offered bacon & sausage baps @ £ 3.95 each which we duly ordered. To be honest...More
An excellent campsite, with first class facilities, at a reasonable price. Lovely onsite tea room, and the historic mill to visit. great local walking. Couple of pubs in the village, and a short walk to a bus route which will take you to Cambridge.
Yet another fabulous weekend stay at the Houghton Mill Campsite.
With their lovely on site tea room, beautiful scenery and walks what more do you need! The facilities block was great before but after its refurbishment with its under floor heating it's better than some...More
The walks by the river here are really lovely and you can start at Houghton Mill or Godmanchester nature reserve (see later) which for some strange reason is not on trip advisor. If you start from Houghton Mill there are loos which are (sometimes )...More
What a gem Houghton Mill is magical you can look round this working flour mill and the history is really great there is a shop to purchase goods and milled flour. Also the lovely tearoom sells fabulous homemade scones using the milled flour and they...More
This is a working mill, you can even buy freshly ground flour. My grandsons really enjoyed the hands on model of how everything works. There is also a very nice walk to St Ives, and at the back of the mill there is a working...More
I do not know who is responsible for the loud music. The mill is next to a very large flood plain and I know children/teenagers like to hang out especially at this time of year, as it is the summer holidays. They are... More
I do not know who is responsible for the loud music. The mill is next to a very large flood plain and I know children/teenagers like to hang out especially at this time of year, as it is the summer holidays. They are probably doing what all teenagers like to do. Why don't you get the local authorities involved. It is disturbing the local community. Probably a quiet word is needed as the ones coursing the problem are probably unaware they are coursing a issue.